Worth of 1965 2+2 Fastback

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Asked by Nov 20, 2010 at 01:19 PM about the 1965 Ford Mustang

Question type: Shopping & Pricing

What do you think this 65 2+2 Fastback is worth? Matching numbers, minimal rust.  

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It won't let me attach a picture.

If it is the one in the avitor pic.$8.000.00 to $12.000.00,depending on where the rust is, condotion of interior,if it is a oil burner or not,4 speed or auto,engine size.if you planning on keeping it,fix it up,if you are selling,PM me about it.

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Thanks for the numbers. It's the same as the one in my profile picture. It has an A-code 289, good interior, decent floors, 46,000 miles, automatic. I'm planning on fixing up what little it needs. Sat around for over 30 years. Paint's rough in spots. I've seen another 2+2, same year, motor, everything, in slightly better shape, but without a paint job sell for $17,500.00

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Still ,you got one hell of a car,with that milage on it lets raise it to $20.000.00,repainted same color,could be more.I posted a comment in your garage about it.most important,KEEP IT STOCK.

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Wow, awesome. I checked out your comment and did almost exactly that. Weld Racing Rodlites with BFG radial T/A's. No, not perfectly stock, BUT I've kept everything I have swapped so that if I did choose to eventually sell, I would still have the original parts. I was told that it was a plain red from the factory however the vin says it was originally gold. I can't find a single speck of gold and have only found very old red pain in the truck, hinting that it was actually red. I've heard that are many cars that were stamped incorrectly.

true,that was common in the 60,s the stamping,another thing it was probley red from the factory,they did not come in gold,the color in trunk is a dead give away,and yes keep what you change out on it.

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their is not any contradictory to this post,take a hike with your LRR crap.

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I fail to see the contradiction there. Quit trying to sell your shit.

who you replying to.

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The Spammer Helen.

yea that crap is pure BS.

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"honey-gold" was an option,for the 65 model year...just saying...

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